Anthony Cerundolo is now in his 15th year as the coordinator of sports medicine and head athletic trainer at the College of the Holy Cross in 2012-2013. He is in charge of the coordination of medical coverage for all 27 varsity sports and oversees a staff of six certified, licensed athletic trainers. Cerundolo primarily works on a day-to-day basis with the football team, while assisting with the various other athletic teams. While at Holy Cross he has established a network of physicians composed of orthopedics, family practitioners specializing in sports medicine, and a fellowship program.
Prior to his time at Holy Cross, Cerundolo spent four years as an assistant athletic trainer at Harvard University. While at Harvard, he worked with the Crimson’s football, basketball, lacrosse, baseball, soccer and swimming teams. Cerundolo also spent time as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at Boston University, where he worked with the football, baseball, hockey, track and field, field hockey and rowing teams. In 1994, he received his master’s degree from Boston University in applied anatomy and physiology.
In addition, Cerundolo served as a volunteer athletic trainer at the Bay State Games from 1989-1997, and at the Boston Marathon from 1992-1996. He also spent time with the Pawtucket Red Sox and the Boston Blazers (indoor lacrosse), while working the NBA’s pre-draft camp in 1999.
A member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, Cerundolo received his bachelor’s degree in athletic training and physical education from Northeastern University in 1991. He and his wife, Laura, reside in Worcester, with their daughter (Sophia) and son (Anthony).